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February 17, 2010

Building secondary websites (aka subsites)

This is the first "How to" post related to the development of websites focused on research themes within the Biological Station.

These Drupal modules look helpful:

the Subsites Module appears to be the most promising in terms of allowing for distinct themes and navigation with a minimum of additional complications. Notice, however, that its usage and time-of-existence stats aren't great.

Using Sections or Context seem to be more advanced options and at this time I do not plan on pursuing them.

Organic Groups is a means of managing users (I believe!) and their ability to post and edit materials. Again, more than we need but different themes for different groups are an option.

Posted by kkwaiser at February 17, 2010 01:46 PM

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